Bemerkungen zum Geschiebedecksand

Eckhard Grimmel
„Geschiebedecksand" is defined as a non-stratified, clayey or hardly clayey cover of sand containing stones and about two or three feet thick; it covers bouldery till or sand free from stones and is distributed in northern Germany and adjoining areas. Geomorphological investigations in the Lüneburg Heath have shown that the opinions about the origin of the "Geschiebedecksand" have a one-sided character, but that they are complementary to each other: The "Geschiebedecksand" has originated from ground...